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Jonathan O’Callaghan
Freelance space/science reporter. Words + more. jdaoca@gmail.com
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Jonathan O’Callaghan 50m
Replying to @GalacTR0N
Ah, sorry to hear that. Any time.
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Jonathan O’Callaghan 1h
Replying to @thefuffa
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Jonathan O’Callaghan 1h
Replying to @GalacTR0N
Yes, it is a bit annoying.
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Jonathan O’Callaghan 1h
Replying to @GalacTR0N
Ah, that is annoying. I'm also finding when I click on a tweet in my timeline and then go back, it sometimes jumps me to a different point. Which is a bit annoying.
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Jonathan O’Callaghan 1h
Replying to @GalacTR0N
How so?
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Jonathan O’Callaghan 2h
Five jobs I've had: - Flyer hander-outer - Barman (briefly and badly) - Customer complaints for train delay repay - Call centre for kitchen appliances - Washer-upper
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Jonathan O’Callaghan 2h
They had previously confirmed an "anomaly" but haven't released any further details yet.
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Jonathan O’Callaghan 2h
I'm going to say it. I don't like new Twitter. It feels too... busy? I dunno. Feel like this and the new Gmail design have both prioritised style over functionality. But hopefully it grows on me.
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Jonathan O’Callaghan 2h
Replying to @SquigglyVolcano
mebe
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Jonathan O’Callaghan retweeted
Emre Kelly 16h
Confirmed: will likely attempt to land Falcon 9 booster on OCISLY drone ship after next week's (April 30) CRS-17 launch from Cape Canaveral. This will help preserve valuable information during investigation into Crew Dragon incident.
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Jonathan O’Callaghan 3h
This is quite unnerving. I don't normally associate wildfires with the UK but, well, here they are.
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Jonathan O’Callaghan 3h
Replying to @uxonym
Yeah... but it doesn't look as cool.
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Jonathan O’Callaghan retweeted
Lee Billings 19h
Now on : On Jan 8, 2014, a strange fireball streaked thru the skies off Papua New Guinea's northern coast before exploding some 17 kilometers over the Pacific Ocean. Some scientists now suspect it was the first meteor ever seen from another star.
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Jonathan O’Callaghan 19h
Replying to @LeeBillings @sciam
Wow, that would be cool.
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Jonathan O’Callaghan 20h
Gosh there were a lot of Webby Awards. Bit gutted I didn't win one.
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Jonathan O’Callaghan 22h
I got upgraded once about 10 years ago and never again. I think I used up my one lifetime upgrade.
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Jonathan O’Callaghan 22h
unleash the baby balloon
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Jonathan O’Callaghan 24h
Replying to @kahoakes
Ha, I suppose.
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Jonathan O’Callaghan 24h
Replying to @kahoakes
Yeah, I'm really quite shocked by the price difference. How can it be so large? I'll be switching too.
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Jonathan O’Callaghan Apr 23
no, YOU'RE a geomagnetic jerk
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